(City of) Steubenville Yields to Militant Secularists

I work at Franciscan University of Steubenville. I am open about this. But what I write here is entirely my opinion and does not reflect the official position of the University in any manner. That you can find here. The city of Steubenville logo, as adopted in December 2011 Now my two cents: The city of Steubenville adopted a new logo in December which included a Revolutionary War soldier and the ... More

Victory for First Amendment

A victory to be proud of and to find hope for our cause. This story is very good news. The First Amendment will be upheld and respected. Religious freedom will not be squashed. http://www.catholic.org/politics/story.php?id=44892 Although it does re-enforce the separation of state and church, it does not enforce, but rather protects separating individuals from their religion. This is what the curre... More

Supreme Court unanimously backs religious freedom

Yesterday the U.S. Supreme Court unanimously rejected the Obama administration’s anti-religious and anti-constitutional view that the government can interfere in a religious body’s appointment of ministers including religious teachers. In the Hosanna-Tabor case, the Supreme Court held that a Lutheran school’s decision to fire an ordained teacher who led prayer activities canno... More

It’s NOT called, “Atheists Are Dumb: The U.S. Government Declares Christianity the State Religion Blvd.”

First a California school district chucks $45,000 rather than allow a few Bible verses on brick pavers.  Now we find out that a local community isn’t allowed to use the word “heaven” in a public memorial to fallen heroes. Brooklyn citizens, through their elected representatives, approved the change of a street name to “Seven in Heaven Way.” The street runs past the f... More



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